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1. Which one of the following is not true about the social condition during the post-Mauryan period?
(A) There is no evidence of the existence of independent Sudra peasants
(B) Sudras could attain a higher social status
(C) The distinctions between the sudra and Vaisya categories were becoming thinner
(D) The artisans and craftsmen were largely drawn from the Sudra category
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2. The sultan of Delhi who twice made unsuccessful efforts to recover Bengal during the reign of Ilyas Shah and his son Sikander Shah was–
(A) Ghiyasuddin Balban (B) Ghiyasuddin Khilji
(C) Alauddin Khilji (D) Firoz Tughlaq
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3. Who among the following is a professional chess player?
(A) Aparna Popat (B) Rameshwari Devi
(C) Sania Mirza (D) Swati Ghate
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4. The Nayakas in the Vijayanagar empire were–
(A) central ministers (B) military chiefs controlling particular territories
(C) cavalry soldiers (D) priests of large and powerful temples
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5. The Ilyas Shahi sultan who exchanged embasies with the Chinese emperor of the Ming dynasty was–
(A) Shamsuddin Ilyas Shah (B) Sikander Shah
(C) Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah (D) Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah
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6. Which one of the following languages belongs to the Austric group?
(A) Marathi (B) Ladakhi
(C) Khasi (D) Tamil
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7. Which one among the following combination of gases is used in the ripening of fruits in horticultural practices?
(A) 80% C2H4 + 20% CO2 (B) 20% C2H4 + 80% CO2
(C) 60% CH4 + 40% CO2 (D) 80% CH4 + 20% CO
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8. Which one of the following is a secretion from the body of an insect?
(A) Pearl (B) Lac
(C) Coral (D) Shagreen
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9. People recovering from long illness are often advised to include the alga Spirulina in their diet because–
(A) it makes the food easy to digest (B) it is rich in proteins
(C) it has antibiotic properties (D) it restore intestinal micro flora
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10. The expenses of Public Service Commission of a state (e. g. , Uttar Pradesh) are charged upon–
(A) Consolidated Fund of India (B) Consolidated Fund of state
(C) It's own generated fund from fees (D) Contingency Fund
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11. Which one of the following sectors of the economy is state owned and its service sector is a public enterprise?
(A) Irrigation (B) Agriculture
(C) Forests (D) Plantation
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12. Comptroller and Auditor General of India is a friend and a guide of–
(A) Select Committee (B) Estimate Committee
(C) Prime Minster (D) Public Account Committee
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13. Gross National Income is always more than Net National Income because it includes–
(A) foreign income (B) capital consumption allowance
(C) indirect taxes (D) direct taxes
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14. Tsunamis are produced by–
(A) shrinking of the Earth's crust (B) cyclones
(C) submarine earthquakes (D) tides
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15. Which one of the following airports in India is the first to be owned by a public limited company?
(A) Dabolim airport, Goa (B) Cochin airport
(C) Hyderabad airport (D) Bengaluru airport
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16. Debenture holders of a company are its–
(A) shareholders (B) creditors
(C) debtors (D) directors
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17. During the reign of which of the following kings of Hussain Shah dynasty did Sikander Lodi attack Bengal?
(A) Alauddin Hussain Shah (B) Nasiruddin Nusrat Shah
(C) AlauddinFiruz Shah (D) Ghiysuddin Mahmud Shah
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18. Which of the following is not a distinctive characteristic of the Lodi architecture?
(A) Extremely thick walls (B) Placing of their buildings, especially tombs, on a high platform
(C) Octagonal shape of some of the tombs (D) Cornet turrets
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19. When is the International Migrants Day observed?
(A) December 18 (B) January 25
(C) October 24 (D) November 20
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20. The main English exports from Bengal were–
(A) saltpetre (B) silk and cotton goods
(C) Both 'a' and 'b' (D) Indigo
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21. Job Charnock founded Calcutta at the site of–
(A) Sutanati (B) Kalikata
(C) Govind Pur (D) All of these
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22. Canal irrigation is most important in the Northern Plains of India because–
(A) the soil is porous (B) the level of underground water is high
(C) the sources of canals are perennial rivers (D) the region is densely populated
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23. Antyodaya Anna Yojana was launched on–
(A) 25th December, 2000 (B) 15th August, 2001
(C) 2nd October, 2000 (D) 2nd October, 2001
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24. Junk e-mail is also called–
(A) Spoof (B) Spool
(C) Sniffer script (D) Spam
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25. Programmes such as Internet explorer that serves as navigable windows into the web are known as–
(A) Hypertext (B) Networks
(C) Internet (D) Web Browsers
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